Throwback Thursday: The top 10 songs this week in 1964

10. 'Navy Blue,' Diane Renay

I'm suggesting this as the Naval Academy's new fight song.


9. 'What Kind of Fool (Do You Think I Am),' the Tams

Is there a more rational way to end a relationship than to say, "You build me up then you let me down"?


8. 'California Sun,' the Rivieras

This one is popular, of course. It has been covered by, among others, the Ramones, Los Straitjackets and, yes, Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys (well, on the "Curious George 2" movie soundtrack album, but it still counts).

7. 'Hey Little Cobra,' the Rip Chords

Ah, the age of the hot rod songs.

6. 'Um, Um, Um, Um, Um, Um,' Major Lance

Curtis Mayfield wrote this instant sing-along.

5. 'Java,' Al Hirt

Someone needs to bring the trumpet back. Quickly.


4. 'You Don't Own Me,' Lesley Gore

Gore was 17 when she recorded this song. Really.

3. 'Dawn (Go Away),' Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons

Do you think Dawn took their advice?

2. 'She Loves You,' the Beatles

The song that launched the Fab Four.


1. 'I Want to Hold Your Hand,' the beatles

Oh, and they had this other song the same year, too.